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Renee

Renee
is an author and editor for The Bottom Line Ministries as well as a member of Faith Writers. Currently she teaches high school language arts. She is a mom to four amazing blessings and enjoys every moment life has to offer. Renee has a fervor and drive to learn, she loves to read and spend time with her family, and is involved with her local church ministries. Humbled by God’s gift of words, she has a passion to write what the Holy Spirit has placed in her heart. She hopes to publish her in-progress book someday, but in the meantime, is honored to be placed as part of the TBL writing family and is holding on to the ride wherever God is leading. Renee and her family reside in their country home in Holland, Iowa.

Part II Vacationing With Different Glasses

One of the most breathtaking features in Yellowstone is the “Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone.” The panoramic viewpoint captures the various striations in the rock formations leaving you wondering how something so enormous could have possibly formed. Evolutionists would state that the area was formed over 590,000 years created by ...

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Part I Vacationing With Different Glasses

Driving along the scattered aspens and lodge pole pines of Yellowstone, my family and I enjoyed the splendor of several geological features as well as the various odors of the park. (not always pleasant because of the amount of sulfur in the air) Our eyes took in famous sites including ...

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Dare to Dream…

“Breakfast, Lunch, and Hugs” can all be found at Tim’s place in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Tim Harris is a restaurateur, Special Olympian gold medalist, public speaker, and now reality T.V. host all before the age of thirty. Pretty impressive resume if you ask me, and what is even more amazing ...

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Meeting The Demands of a Toddler, Or Not!

Ahh, the terrible twos or should I say the on demand, “You better give me what I want now!” monster phase in a child’s life? Some days this developmental step begins a little earlier than expected or lingers a little longer than desired. In either case, it’s when life becomes ...

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“The writing on the wall”

He should have seen “The writing on the wall.” If only he had known what was to come, then maybe the end result would have been different. The party was on! A thousand guests were in attendance and the original excitement of the evening was growing into a cacophony of ...

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